civil rights

When policies supporting LGBT staff clash with local realities, some companies back down, while others find a way to bridge the divide.

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There are exceptions in India’s current round of electioneering rhetoric against Muslims that prove the country is still united in diversity.

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With a vast number of citizens around the world voting for leaders and legislatures this year, much will depend on their trust in the electoral process.

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India’s new code throws into doubt whether its citizens are truly protected from the arbitrary exercise of power by public officials.

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Efforts to address social issues risk being co-opted for political gain or used to further divisive agendas.

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The reshaping of constitutionally guaranteed freedoms by bringing young adults’ sexual choices under the radar of the state has sinister implications.

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In a world over saturated with voices, anger offers a way of finally being heard, but is emotion overriding our will to fix the world’s problems?

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Keeping kids safe from abuse isn’t about teaching “stranger danger” or “tricky people”. It’s far less simplistic.

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Australians might think their right to march in the streets is constitutionally guaranteed, but it isn’t.

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Across the world, faith is returning to the political sphere.

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Indonesia’s efforts to fight government corruption are being corrupted from within parliament, backed by big business.

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